Some are pretty absurd and deserve lumps of coal, while others are unsurprisingly full of Christmas kitsch.
It's ironic, but fake comments might end up saving the internet.
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As the U.S. Federal Communications Commission prepares to rollback net neutrality protections, the Canadian government has used the controversy to double down on its support for net neutrality safeguards, linking it to democracy, equality, and freedom of expression. Show More Summary
by Dennis Crouch Amgen v. Sandoz (Fed. Cir. 2017) [AmgenSandoz Fed Cir Decision Dec 2017] The BPCIA (Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009) is designed to promote innovation in biologic drug treatments while also facilitating a strong follow-on biosimilar (generic) market. At a very high level, BPCIA runs parallel to the provisions of the Hatch-Waxman […]
Last month, I wrote a post detailing Ajit Pai's big lie, concerning his totally false claim that the order the FCC voted on today simply brings the internet back to where it was in 2015. As we explained that's not even remotely close to accurate. Show More Summary
Bitcoin has been much in the public eye recently. Most of the attention has been focused on the extraordinary rise in its price as measured against traditional currencies. But another aspect that has been exercising people is its energy...Show More Summary
So by now we've pointed out how 200 engineers, internet legends, nearly 1000 startups, countless internet companies, 30 small ISPs, and millions of American consumers have told the FCC its plan to repeal net neutrality is extreme and will harm competition, innovation, and the health of the internet. Show More Summary
If you had evidence an opposing witness in a criminal trial was untrustworthy, you'd want to use it, right? Too bad says the local law enforcement union. And too bad says a California court. The issue at hand is the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department's "Brady" list. Show More Summary
Charlotte Garden (Seattle) has just posted on Take Care Blog that there were plenty of red flags at Judge Kozinski's confirmation hearings -- and that the Senate ignored them. She provides extensive excerpts from the Senate record, then concludes: It...
Another big firm hands out bonuses.
Join National Law Journal Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro and former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal for a conference call at 3 ET on Thursday, Dec. 14, to discuss new demographic research on Supreme Court law clerks. ...
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Federal judicial nominee has no idea what a motion in limine is. EVERYTHING'S FINE!!!! [National Law Journal] "If law firm merger talks are the equivalent of dating, then firm leaders are playing the field." Yeah... you're gonna get an STD dude. Show More Summary
BRETT TALLEY BECOMES THE SECOND BIGGEST LOSER IN ALABAMA: Ghost-hunting would-be judge had his name withdrawn. Joe Patrice has been on a personal crusade against this guy. Give him a round of applause. MOODY'S DINGS A LAW SCHOOL: Something called California Western School of Law had the downgrading of its bonds affirmed. Show More Summary
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